|The Tom Bearden
|Subject: RE: Scalar or EM
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2009 10:13:51 -0500
The photo shows the results of (1) frequencies of the longitudinal EM waves of longitudinal EM wave interferometers, (2) Direct multiple effects of LWI interferometry.
So it's 90% probable that it's causes are "artificial" and from LWI, of the sort that former Defense Secretary Cohen confirmed in 1997. Quoting:
Indeed, since 1990 the Japanese Yakuza, working under the Soviet KGB/FSB, has been directly engineering much of our weather.
They gave us Hurricane Katrina and steered it right into there to do the most damage.
They are giving us almost all the
freakish and furious weather storms that now are repeatedly crossing
At least a dozen nations have LWI capability, and still no one is openly discussing it in the Ivy halls of our scientific community.
Remember, our own scientists and
engineering community viciously opposed ultrawideband radar, stating
it was impossible and "against the very laws of nature". Particularly
vicious were U.S. Navy scientific laboratories such as the Naval
Ordnance Laboratory and the Naval Research Laboratory. Ultrawideband
radar founders such as Harmuth and Barrett were viciously attacked and
persecuted. Barrett was fired from his job, for example -- yet he is
one of the foremost electrodynamicists in the
Staid old 1880s/1890s standard electrical engineering doesn't teach longitudinal EM waves and LWI.
But in the far more modern quantum field theory, we have four photons, not two. There are the two standard transverse-polarized photons (and thus such EM fields), and there are also (1) the longitudinally-polarized photon oscillating to and fro along its line of motion, and (2) the time-polarized photon oscillating in the TIME domain and also called the "scalar" photon.
Neither the longitudinal nor scalar photon is observable individually by our instruments. But the combination of the two is directly observed as a voltage spike.
So yes, really good labs can "get at" and study the effects of the four photons and their four EM field polarizations.
But the sad old electrical engineering still taught in our schools unchanged from 1892 cannot be used to deal with the longitudinal photon and field, or the time-polarized (scalar) photon and field.
Hope this helps.
Very best wishes,